Hi guys, I'd love to get some feedback on this situation of mine. I noticed a similar question buried in the history of this section but would like to bring it up again.
I recently graduated from a 4-year uni. with a BFA in Digital Media which left me with a jack-of-all-trades-like knowledge of digital art. But I fell for the Animation class we had and (after the research of impending doom) want to pursue 3D modeling/animation in my next move. I just don't know what that move it quite yet.
Do I start all over and attend another 4-year (ugh) degree in Animation and end up with two BFA - looking silly?
Do I dig around for those elusive Masters programs, which seem to make those in the biz here scoff?
Or do I go for one of those intensive vocational/technical schools and dive headfirst into the medium?
Any advice would be appreciated. I intend to work my butt off but I want to make sure the school is the best possible as well.
If you have anything to say about schools on the east coast I'd love to hear that too...I live near the Orlando, FL area so Ringling, DAVE school, and SCAD are all decently close. I'm slowly but surely visiting those and others.